Suzuki’s position as the leading supplier of ATVs to the UK agricultural and land-management markets has just got even stronger with the announcement that they are beating the current supply-chain issues being experienced in other sectors, with a healthy stock holding that is ready and waiting for its network of Dealers to access for confirmed customer orders.
Suzuki GB’s ATV Division has long since been liaising with the factory in America to secure several dedicated build slots in order to maintain the supply of its KingQuad ATVs to the UK market, which is the third biggest market in the world for these products only behind America and Australia.
Suzuki is a highly respected and popular manufacturer of ATVs, and back in 1983 the QuadRunner 125 was the ATV that started an industry! It was the first ever production 4-wheel ATV and became a top-seller. This ATV boasted a friendly design that was easy to use and an outstanding cost-performance ratio. It was to be the catalyst that started a future of 4-wheel ATV technology.
Now Suzuki’s range currently comprises of three versatile models; the KingQuad 500 and 500XP as well as the KingQuad 750XP (XP denotes power steering). These robust utility ATVs are the culmination of years of refinement and their high levels of technical specification and ease of handling give riders confidence on any terrain, making them suitable for a number of applications including hill and lowland farming, estate management and use on equestrian properties.
In addition, Suzuki is also continuing with its ‘Trade Up’ promotion, which is an offer of 10% off the RRP of its entry level KingQuad 500X when customers trade in any 325 – 425cc quad. All of these incentives will no doubt see many ATV riders look to Suzuki for their next machine.
Mark Beeley, Head of Suzuki GB’s Marine & ATV Division said, “We continue to work tirelessly to support our network of Dealers by maintaining supply levels of our KingQuad ATVs and spare parts so that they in turn can keep their customers’ businesses moving. I am pleased with the level of stock commitment that we have been able to achieve and look forward to seeing many more customers choosing Suzuki.”